Conference Session Showcases How Comprehensive AI, Analytics & Workflow Strategies Can Transform Risk Adjustment Outcomes through Providence Health Plan’s Experience
During the session, “Optimizing Risk Adjustment with Technology-Enabled Payer/Provider Collaboration Solutions,” attendees will discover how artificial intelligence, analytics and collaborative workflow strategies can come together to transform risk adjustment outcomes. Speakers Wynda Clayton, risk adjustment manager with Providence Health Plan, and Anand Shroff, founder and chief development officer at Health Fidelity, will address how collaboration tools are vital in the era of shared risk to enable prospective identification, point-of-care documentation, billing accuracy and retrospective reviews.
“The transition to value-based care requires that payers and providers work together to jointly manage risk, streamline risk adjustment and ensure data accuracy to improve compliance and reduce audit risk,” Shroff said. “In this session, we’ll demonstrate how end-to-end solutions that leverage AI and natural language processing can help risk-sharing programs succeed, improving both business and patient outcomes.”
In addition to being a RISE Platinum Sponsor, Health Fidelity will also offer live demonstrations of its comprehensive, scalable risk adjustment solution at Booth 17 throughout the two-day event. Health Fidelity offers the industry’s leading NLP-powered risk adjustment and compliance solutions to help risk-bearing organizations improve operational, clinical, and financial outcomes through more insightful and accurate risk identification and management.
About Health Fidelity
Health Fidelity delivers comprehensive, scalable risk adjustment solutions for risk-bearing entities that participate in Medicare Advantage, ACA, Medicaid and Medicare ACO programs. With a combination of big data analytics and natural language processing (NLP) technology, Health Fidelity’s modern prospective and retrospective risk adjustment approaches extract valuable insights from medical charts, changing the way risk is identified, quantified and managed for enhanced operational, clinical and financial outcomes.